Wednesday, November 26, 2014

Protests Erupt All Over America Over The Grand Jury Decision Not To Indict Police Officer Darren Wilson In The Shooting Death Of Teenager Mike Brown

Protests in New York

Protests have erupted all over America in the fallout from a Missouri grand jury refusing to indict police officer, Darren Wilson, in the shooting death of unarmed teen, Mike Brown. Black, white, Asian and Hispanic protestors took to the streets all over America to denounce the decision of the grand jury. While not all police officers are corrupt, those who are need to see the protests and be careful in not summarily executing someone, using excessive force. Wilson shot Brown six times, which is excessive force.

Family of Mike Brown cries at news of no indictment

Many are publicly stating the grand jury process was corrupted in this case, as the prosecutor is supposed to act on behalf of the deceased victim. Instead, transcripts reveal the prosecutor leading Wilson, painting him as the victim. The statements made by the prosecutor are not being viewed by the public as unbiased or impartial.